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Title 5 . Fish and Game
Chapter 92 . Statewide Provisions
Section 69. Units 21(D) and 24, Koyukuk Controlled Use Area, and Unit 23 moose drawing permits for nonresidents

5 AAC 92.069. Units 21(D) and 24, Koyukuk Controlled Use Area, and Unit 23 moose drawing permits for nonresidents

(a) In Unit 23 moose drawing permit hunts, the department shall issue any surplus drawing permits on a first-come first-served basis to any applicant who holds a valid nonresident hunting license and a nonresident moose tag. Surplus permits will be available at the Kotzebue division of wildlife conservation office beginning five days after each drawing. Surplus permits are not subject to the limitations specified in 5 AAC 92.050(2) and (4)(F).

(b) In the Units 21(D) and 24, Koyukuk Controlled Use Area, moose drawing permit hunts for nonresidents, the department shall issue permits, and a nonresident may apply for a drawing permit, as follows:

(1) the department shall issue a maximum of 50 percent of the available drawing permits to guided nonresidents, and a minimum of 50 percent of the available drawing permits to non-guided nonresidents; if the number of guided nonresidents applying for permits is insufficient to award 50 percent of the available drawing permits, the department may award the remaining available drawing permits to non-guided nonresidents;

(2) the department shall enter, in a guided nonresident drawing, each application from a nonresident who will be accompanied by a guide; the department may issue a guided nonresident drawing permit for the general hunt only to a successful nonresident applicant who presents proof that the applicant will be accompanied by a guide, as required in AS 16.05.407 (a);

(3) the following provisions apply to a guided nonresident drawing under this section:

(A) an applicant for a guided nonresident drawing permit may apply for only one permit per application period;

(B) after the successful applicants have been selected by drawing, the department shall create an alternate list by drawing the remaining names of applicants for a specific hunt and placing the names on the alternate list in the order in which the names were drawn;

(C) if a successful applicant fails to provide proof that the applicant will be accompanied by a guide or cancels the guided hunt, the person whose name appears first on the alternate list for that hunt shall be offered the permit; if an alternate applicant fails to furnish proof that the applicant will be accompanied by a guide, the permit must be offered in turn to succeeding alternate applicants until the alternate list is exhausted;

(4) if a guided nonresident drawing permit is available, but the alternate list is exhausted, the department shall issue permits by registration at the Fairbanks or Galena division of wildlife conservation office, to the next succeeding non-guided nonresidents, awarded in the order in which the names were drawn, until the alternate list is exhausted.

History: Eff. 11/1/2004, Register 172; am 12/30/2004, Register 172

Authority: AS 16.05.255

AS 16.05.407

Editor's note: The division of wildlife conservation office in Kotzebue is located in the Nordlum Office Building, 240 5th Avenue, Kotzebue, Alaska. The division of wildlife conservation office in Fairbanks is located at 1300 College Road, Fairbanks, Alaska. The division of wildlife conservation office in Galena is located at Galena, Alaska.


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